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WINNER PHOTOS OF NEPAL PHOTO COMPETITION 2073

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Photo-of-the-year

Photo Journalist club has announced winner of the ‘Global IME Nepal Photo Competition’ winner finally. Dipak Ratna Bajracharya’s photo during Gorkha earthquake (Baishakh 12) succeeded win the title among other participants. Here we have lists of winner photographs of the competition.
Culture and Tourism
1st- Dinesh Shrestha

Hindu women light oil lamps performing traditional rituals during Bala Chaturdashi festival at the Bajrabarahi temple in Lalitpur, Nepal, on Wednesday, September 15, 2014.

Hindu women light oil lamps performing traditional rituals during Bala Chaturdashi festival at the Bajrabarahi temple in Lalitpur, Nepal, on Wednesday, September 15, 2014.

2nd- Sambranda Bajracharya

people of different ethnic groups celebrating the festival of colors, Holi.

people of different ethnic groups celebrating the festival of colors, Holi.

3rd- Avash Karmacharya

Nepali festivals are Nepal's rich heritage. Among many festivals, this one is the annual Kartik Naach (Dance of the deity Kartik) being staged at Patan Durbar Square. Kartik Naach is a month long traditional dance and drama festival that takes place in the Hindu lunar calendar month of Kartik, which falls in October/November.

Nepali festivals are Nepal’s rich heritage. Among many festivals, this one is the annual Kartik Naach (Dance of the deity Kartik) being staged at Patan Durbar Square. Kartik Naach is a month long traditional dance and drama festival that takes place in the Hindu lunar calendar month of Kartik, which falls in October/November.

Daily Life
1st- Naresh Shrestha

 

A girl jumps on top of sewage pipes.

A girl jumps on top of sewage pipes.

2nd- Gopen Rai

A woman walks with two children as they make their way from Samzong to Lomanthang.Upper Mustang, is a remote and isolated region of the Nepalese Himalayas. The Upper Mustang was a restricted demilitarized area until 1992 which makes it one of the most preserved regions in the world, with a majority of the population still speaking traditional Tibetic languages. Tibetan culturehas been preserved by the relative isolation of the region from the outside world

A woman walks with two children as they make their way from Samzong to Lomanthang.Upper Mustang, is a remote and isolated region of the Nepalese Himalayas. The Upper Mustang was a restricted demilitarized area until 1992 which makes it one of the most preserved regions in the world, with a majority of the population still speaking traditional Tibetic languages. Tibetan culturehas been preserved by the relative isolation of the region from the outside world

3rd- Pratap Thapa

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Women carrying the wooden frame to make the handmade Nepali paper at Sankhu,Kathmandu on Jan.9,2015. Handmade paper production is based on only handmade Nepali paper made from Lokta. Lokta is the raw material for Nepal’s most important indigenous paper found at the altitude of 6500 feet to 9500 feet from the sea level. Generally, the paper is used for official and ceremonial purposes, and it has been identified among the 19 major exportable goods of the country.

Nature and Wild Life

1st- Ramesh Kumar Poudel

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2nd- Bishop Tamrakar

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Summer Love
3rd- Bikash Khadge

Owls are spotted sitting in hollow nest

Owls are spotted sitting in hollow nest

Nepal Smiles
1st- Navesh Chitrakar

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A boy carries a child on his back as they return home from school along the streets of Lalitpur July 2, 2013.

2nd- Rajendra KC

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Kathmandu Fun Park Kid happy mode – she also happens to be the only child enjoying this giant swing ride.
3rd- Sulav bhakta shrestha

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An elderly man has a jovial moment and relishes during a paddy plantation at jitpur fedi, kathmandu.

Sports
1st- Surbindra Kumar Pun

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2nd- Robic Upadhayay

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They call it the beautiful game, they say you can earn a fortune if you can play it good, like I care a bit. I play to enjoy, to forget the pain deep down under me. I don’t care about the beauty or the money. I just have to get my foot on the ball.
3rd- Umesh Shrestha

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Bird’s eye view of two mountain bikers in Muktinath, Mustang.

News
1st- Navesh Chitrakar

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A body of a victim lies trapped in the debris after an earthquake hit, in Kathmandu, Nepal April 25, 2015. The shallow earthquake measuring 7.9 magnitude struck west of the ancient Nepali capital of Kathmandu on Saturday, killing around 9,000 people.
2nd- RAJESH GURUNG

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Smoke and dust billow over the sky in Khokana village of Lalitpur district a couple of minutes after Nepal was hit by a magnitude 7.6 earthquake on Saturday, April 25, 2015. The earthquake killed more than 9,000 people, injured at least 23,000, wiped out 200,000 homes, 20,000 schools and destroyed more than 700 monuments.
3rd- Laxmi Prasad ngakhusi

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Relatives console a mother after the final cremetation who lost her dear ones during the earthquake that hit Nepal which cost thousands of lives and leaving many people homeless.

Photo Story
1st- Nabin Baral

Victim of Superstition
2nd- Sagar Chhetri
Ecplise
3rd- Navesh Chitrakar
Nepal’s 68-year-old student